Where Do You Score on the Medicis Midface Volume Scale?

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September 27, 2013 by gabnormal

The chipmunk on the right is what Gabnormal looks like every day of the year. Forreal.

The chipmunk on the right is what Gabnormal looks like every day of the year. Forreal.

The newest plastic surgery trend involves fat cheeks.

For the record, the creator of GCR has always hated her chubby cheeks. She hates that when you look at her profile, she looks like a chipmunk. She hates that she perpetually looks like the awkward six-year-old who got teased in kindergarten for the way she looked. She hates that when she smiles, her eyes get all squinty and practically disappear underneath the massive amount of cheek that overwhelms her face.

For some reason, many older women are going for this look, because as mentioned above, fuller cheeks equal a younger age. Rather than using botox, which simply fills in lines and makes you look like a better 45-year-old, the new procedure would actually give you fuller cheeks, making you look like a 45-year-old trying to be a 25-year-old.

The Medicis Midface Volume Scale goes from 1-4. 1 = chubby baby fresh out of the womb face, 4 = the face of an old woman with multiple children and grandchildren, whose cheeks have sunk into her face beyond recognition, does she even have cheeks?

The glorification of youth and looking youthful is one of the most damaging aspects of society today because no one can stop time. No one can stop themselves from getting older, and no one can stop themselves from aging. The sooner people accept the inevitable, the better.

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